Here’s yet another bootleg from my Jane’s stacks. Like most bands, Jane’s Addiction played a lot of covers early on, and one of my favorites was “Whole Lotta Love.”
Oh lord, where to begin. These guys were inducted into the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame in 2010, and good for them. I mean, at least they aren’t Celine […]
In many ways this is the most interesting record in the Bowie discography. This five track EP accompanied Bowie’s 1981 BBC appearance as Bertolt Brecht’s horny, murderous title character.
You are looking at one of the most reviled album covers in the history of metal.
Another classic Stones album cover, this one designed by Andy Warhol’s Factory. Sticky Fingers was the Stones’ first album of the seventies, the first album cover to feature a working zipper, […]
I have a lot of Jane’s in my stacks, but oddly in terms of vinyl I don’t have “normal” copies of any of their official albums. Take their eponymous Triple X debut, […]
This is one of my favorite album covers, and its one of the many records in my stacks with a personal story behind it.
Should I go ahead and say it? Does anybody here remember Vera Lynn? That’s Dame Vera Lynn to you, and unless you’re of the World War II generation then like me you’re […]
You’re probably wondering why I’m bothering with a greatest hits package, and that’s a valid question. First of all, there have been more Stones compilations released over the last fifty years than […]
If you want country the way nature intended it, you can’t do much better than 1962’s George Jones Sings Bob Wills. That is, unless you skip the intermediary George Jones step and […]